With the arrest of Democratic California State Senator Leland Yee, his campaign aid Keith Jackson and 26 other defendants, gun control activists are rushing to find someone to step into Yee's place as a leader on the gun control issues. At the same time they are desperately attempting damage control, looking like the 'Little Dutch Boy' trying in vain to plug the ever growing holes in the gun control dike, with not only their fingers, but their toes.
They are fast
The 2nd Amendment does not establish a "right". It simply states that the "right", not established anywhere in the constitution, because you are born with these rights, shall not be infringed. It's a subtle but MAJOR point as with every other "right" you are born with. The Government is a collection of our servants. One does not give servants the authority to deny your rights.
I believe that we the people must keep our guns. It has been shown that another country is not so quick to invade if there is a gun behind every tree.
In the State of Illinois, along with the issuance of the first Concealed Carry License comes the thought that finally - finally - every person in the United States of America who chooses to carry may do so as long as they comply with their States requisites. It may feel as though we have met a threshold of victory and that the gains made are gains never lost again.
But down deep, we know that isn't true.
The war on the Second Amendment continues across the country
Originally Posted by werky123 Hello! I didn't find a thread for this so figured I'd start a new one. I will be acquiring a Ruger mini 14 ranch rifle, 580 series with the new heavier barrel, in the next week or so, and based on past experience with muzzle flash, want a flash hider. I was looking for one that pinned over the original sight, but can't find a nice one. I also looked at the Choate and the mo-reaper. The Mo is a bit expensive and is mainly a muzzle brake, and the Choate needs drilling. I'm leaning toward the